• "Ukroboronprom" has developed combat module "Viy"

  • "Ukroboronprom" has developed the module "Viy" designed to destroy manpower and military equipment at a distance of two kilometers, as well as air targets at altitudes of up to kilometers. On Monday, October 31 reported on the website of the concern.

    Through the use of modern electronic systems module operation is carried out remotely. It can be done with modern thermal imaging sights.

    The module is made of Ukrainian components and, according to the Director of "Ukroboronprom" Roman Romanov, is a vivid example of cooperation of public and private companies.

    The module is armed with a remote-controlled double-barreled 23-millimeter automatic cannon GSH-23L with a range of about 2,000 meters and a rate of fire of 3,400 rounds per minute. Ammunition 250 rounds. The fire control system includes an optical-television sight (provides recognition of combat vehicles at distances up to 4,000 meters a day and up to 1100 meters at night) and anti-aircraft periscopic monocular sight.

    http://lenta.ru

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